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, and i know people think that and hear that and they think brown bags and yellow buses. but there is nothing that replaces the sensation of being in a historic place, seeing it, feeling it, touching it. sometimes even smelling it. and that's what provides us the real sense that this is something that happened to real people. forgive me. i keep losing my -- >> host: we'll let you get that adjusted. and i want to read this quote from your don't know much about mythology book. you write: one of the saddest things i have witnessed in these years-especially when it visit schools, is how the innate and insatiable curiosity young children have about the world gets absolutely killed by the teedum of school. i also remember so well how myths saved one little boy from that teedum. >> guest: true story. i remember being a child sitting in school, watching -- we had that clock on the wall, and i would watch it tick toward 4:00, and one of the times i felt some sense of real excitement was when our teacher would stop at the end of the day and she would read from the odyssey, a text
people think that, hear that and think brown bags and yellow buses, but there is nothing that replaces the sensation of being in an historic place come as the net come the feeling feeling, touching it, sometimes even smelling it. that is what provides us the real sons is something that happened to real people. forgive me, i keep losing my sib here. >> host: we will let you get that adjusted and i want to read this quote from your don't know much about mythology book. you write, one of the saddest things i witnessed in the series, especially when i visit schools is that the innate and insatiable curiosity of children have about the world gets absolutely killed by the tedium of score. i also remember so well how myths save one little boy. >> guest: true story. again, i like to tell true stories. i remember being a child sitting in schools, watching the clock upon the wall. i would watch the clock ticked towards 3:00 when we get released and i remember the only time i thought -- not the only time come to certainly one of the time i felt some sense of real excitement was when our teacher w
or field trips, road trips. i know people think that, hear that and think brown bags and yellow buses, but there is nothing that replaces the sensation of being in an historic place come as the net come the feeling feeling, touching it, sometimes even smelling it. that is what provides us the i keep losing my fib here. and -- >> host: we'll let you get that adjusted. i want to read this quote from your "don't know much about mythology" book. you write, one of the saddest things i have witnessed is how the innate and insatiable yourosty young children have about the world gets absolutely killed by the tedium of school. i also remember so well how myths saved one little by from that tedium. >> guest: true story. again, i like to tell true stories. remember being a child, sitting in school, watching -- we had that clock up on the wall. i would watch the clock tick towards 3:00, when we would get released, and i remember the only time that i felt -- not the only time but certainly one of the times that i felt some sense of real excitement was when our teacher would stop at the enof the da
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